- Maxim Integrated to acquire Volterra Semiconductor for $23 per share
- Transaction valued at $605 million equity value; $450 million enterprise value
- Maxim expects transaction to be immediately accretive to GAAP EPS, excluding special items
- Volterra product portfolio increases Maxim's leadership position in integrated power management
- Adds talented engineering team with proven track record of success
SAN JOSE, CAâAugust 15, 2013â
Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
(NASDAQ:MXIM) announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire
Volterra Semiconductor Corp.
(NASDAQ:VLTR) for $23 per share, which represents a 55% premium to Volterra Semiconductor's closing share price on August 14, 2013. The transaction value is approximately $605 million equity value or $450 million net of Volterra's cash position of approximately $155 million.
Volterra is an industry leader in high-current, high-performance, and high-density power management solutions. The company develops highly integrated solutions primarily for the enterprise, cloud computing, communications, and networking markets. Volterra's portfolio of highly integrated products enables better performance, smaller form factors, enhanced scalability, improved system management, and lower total cost of ownership.
"Maxim Integrated is known for its highly integrated solutions. With Volterra, we will strengthen our position in the enterprise and communications markets," said TunÃ§ Doluca, Maxim's President and Chief Executive Officer. "We add a very talented team and leading-edge proprietary technology in high-current power management solutions, which further diversifies our business model."
"This is an attractive transaction for our employees, customers, and investors," said Jeffrey Staszak, Volterra's President and Chief Executive Officer. "The Volterra team will build upon Maxim's scale and market leadership to expand our ability to deliver innovative and differentiated products to our customers. We remain committed to providing our customers with advanced technology solutions and world-class quality and support. Joining forces with the innovative Maxim team will present exciting new opportunities for Volterra's talented employees."
At $9 billion, power management is currently the largest and fastest-growing product segment in the analog market, according to Databeans. Maxim offers a broad portfolio of products for power conversion: switching regulators, linear regulators, charge pumps, digital Point-of-Load (POL) converters, and Power Management Integrated Circuits (PMICs), primarily in medium-to-low current applications. Volterra's high-current technology expands our position in this growing segment of the analog market.
Pending regulatory approvals, Maxim's acquisition of Volterra is expected to close early in the December quarter.
Maxim has scheduled a conference call on August 15, 2013 at 5:30 a.m. Pacific Time to discuss the acquisition. To listen via telephone, dial (866) 804-3545 (toll free) or (703) 639-1326. The call will be webcast by Shareholder.com and can be accessed at
. A presentation on Maxim's Investor Relations webpage details the strategic rationale for the acquisition. This presentation may also be accessed at
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Volterra Semiconductor Corporation, headquartered in Fremont, CA, designs, develops, and markets leading edge silicon solutions for low-voltage power delivery. The Company's product portfolio is focused on advanced switching regulators for the computer, datacom, storage, and portable markets. Volterra operates as a fabless semiconductor company utilizing world-class foundries for silicon supply. The Company is focused on creating products with high intellectual property content that match specific customer needs. For more information please visit
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This announcement is not a recommendation, an offer to purchase or a solicitation of an offer to sell shares of Volterra's stock. Maxim has not commenced the tender offer for shares of Volterra's stock described in this announcement. Upon commencement of the tender offer, Maxim will file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) a tender offer statement on Schedule TO and related exhibits, including an offer to purchase, letter of transmittal, and other related documents. Following commencement of the tender offer, Volterra will file with the SEC a solicitation/recommendation statement on Schedule 14D-9. Stockholders should read the offer to purchase and solicitation/recommendation statement and the tender offer statement on Schedule TO and related exhibits when such documents are filed and become available, as they will contain important information about the tender offer. Stockholders can obtain these documents when they are filed and become available free of charge from the SEC's website at
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